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overwhelming. many people are desperately waiting for food and water. search and rescue teams from the u.s. and around the world are continuing that daunting task of searching for survivors. we hope to find more. i'm jamie colby. >> aid is pouring in but is enough getting to the people? they say violence has hampered the effort as long lines of desperate hair jans waiting to get their hands on basic necessities. relief workers trying to get the food and water to so many. reports of looters being beaten to death by angry crowds. now more from bill hemmer from port-au-prince. the supply chain, what is the latest on getting the material to people who so desperately need it? >> it's an enormous job. good afternoon. we were at that park. central park in new york, it's the main park in port-au-prince. there were 50,000 haitians that have been sleeping out. we have since moved to the u.s. embassy and haitian americans are in a line by the several hundreds. they wait in the heat of 90 plus degrees to be processed. we talked to some of the embassy workers to figure out how it works. if you are an a
. "the factor" begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. president obama laying it all on the line in massachusetts and that is the subject of the talking points memo. the president went to the bay state to prop up the fading campaign of democrat martha coakley who was once considered a shoe in for ted kennedy's seat. now, scott brown is' head in the polls and the president is staking his credibility on the race. >> what martha's opponent is preaching we have already tried and it didn't work. understand what is at stake here, massachusetts. it is whether we are going forward or going backwards. it is whether we are going have a future where everybody gets a shot in this society or just the privileged few. >> bill: did you notice the evangelical tone of the speech? it was kind of like a revival meeting. say amen. say hallelujah. now, mr. obama does this when is trying to rally his base and clearly that is what he is trying to do here. but if it doesn't work and scott brown wins tomorrow the president will be badly damaged and all political
>> greta: we'll be right back we have another full hour, stay with us. >> greta: the political world has been turned upside down. scott brown has won the special election. >>> plan b to take the senate bill sks l house to pass it as is with no changes. the problem is that there are people that don't like the house and nat bill and possibilities of their accepting it are slim. it leaves few opening. when you have feks like jim webb saying there should be no vote and should be prudent for scott brown to be seated first democrats are prepared to begin the process of starting over no. democrat in the white house wants to start over. but if democrat senators are expecting they should hold off. it won't be long until republicans are assisting. >> you know, i can only imagine it would be an interesting and colorful addition to the senate to speak and talk with a swagger, teasing the president about his truck. sayinging it's ex excitedding to be on the stage with doug flutie of all people. this is going to be exciting to watch. he's a cocky guy. >> he's the kind of guy people so-to-say
. >> bill: continuing with this special edition of "the factor." joining us from washington, fox news analyst newt gingrich and author of the book rediscovering god in america. whatever happens tonight, mr. speaker, america will change. let's take a brown victory first. what do you think that will happen if brown wins in massachusetts? >> the first thing ought to be that every republican in the country ought to look at every district and every senate seat. you said a few weeks ago that it wasn't even going to be close people -- that it was even going to be close, people would have laughed at you. he has the courage to be an active state electo legislatore he is outnumbered and brave enough to run for the seat. you are in the middle of this tremendously big health bill. this is ted kennedy's seat. it is massachusetts. even the idea that this is close and my personal hunch is he will win tonight. even if it stays very, very close as carl cameron said, democrats are going to be shaking all over the country to have this kind of result. >> bill: no doubt. and i have some new data. among vo
of entitlement. brun hustled and people appreciated it. >> take a look at the big picture issues. most of us haven't from massachusetts. i am curious. what was he like as a state senator? was he an effective state senator? >> sure. and well liked. it's important when you discuss health care that they have virtual complete health care in massachusetts something that was passed under former massachusetts republican governor mitt romney. there have been budget concerns about the way the state has escalated in massachusetts. there is a statement experienced with health care from the government. and they're experiencing problems, raising doubts. they don't think that they should be held responsible for helping to pay for the rest of the country. they've got it here, there is a lot of concerns and today, scott rasmussen's poll suggested number-one issue here, is health care. >> carl, thank you. >>. >> greta: molly line is live at the headquarters of martha coakley. molly? >> reporter: hay, greta. things are quiet here, it's an empty room. a bunch of journalists and clean up crews. martha coakley c
. you've worked in the white house, clinton white house after a defeat like this. tell us about the debate inside about how to respond? >> well, in the clinton white house poll there was no debate. there was a clear recognition by the president he had to move to the center, be pro balanced budget, fiscal discipline, job creation, moderate social. >> after 1994. >> that's correct. i think in this white house as your question suggests, there will be a huge debate between the populous on one hand led by people like david axle rod. >> the chief white house political advisor. >> yes, he is. >> and the counselor to the president and other more pro business, centrist like rahm emanuel who were there in 94, 95, 96 and saw how repositioning the president got him reelected. >> let's talk about health care, the centrist, people want to move to the middle. do they get some on board and recraft the plan. >> their paegs is the republicans don't want to do bipartisanship, and incrementalism is the word of the day. that means if they can get insurance reform cover through preexisting conditions
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